paul: They follow a careful script, control, lie, deceive, deny, and obfuscate.
 March 30, 2015 at 1:22pm
stealth: That’s good historical information. I was being a little bit of a wise guy and that’s unusual for me (not) but I appreciate learning even more history than I already knew. Thanks.
 March 30, 2015 at 1:16pm
I can deal with Obama’s never ending world apology tours, unceasing campaign fundraisers, and incessant golf outings, all on the taxpayer dime. It’s when he comes back to the White House and pulls out his pen and phone that I have to reach for the barf bag!
 March 30, 2015 at 1:13pm
Dis: Good questions. We would all like to know where he went, especially before he was elected above the rank of “Community Organizer?”
March 30, 2015 at 1:10pm
jack: Even more simple than extra plumbing, just provide the pilots with Astronaut undies. Recall that woman “Astronut” that drove across the country to brain some female competition? She wore a pair. LOL
Didn’t she have the intention of kidnapping the woman who ‘took her man’?
That must have been one heavy diaper considering how far she drove for vengeance
Nothing like a woman scorned Sarge.
Check out Hillary after the 2016 POTUS election for proof.
[-1] March 30, 2015 at 1:06pm
Obo: When the whole story comes out, I’m looking for the naysayers to hit the skids. Most of their remarks on this thread mimic an alcoholic swinging wildly out of a back alley, so to speak. My advise to the Trolls, “You can’t hang onto mama’s skirt forever!” If they were in my Army squad, I’d say “Get with the team or get left in the bush!”
[-2] March 30, 2015 at 1:00pm
Tim: Common sense reports, “There’s no evidence of intelligent life working for CNN, leading up to and including Ferguson and Germanwings.”
[-4] March 30, 2015 at 12:58pm
Deliveredtoolate: Consider the unfolding timeline. A few days ago, it was an unexplained accident. Then we learned the pilot was locked out of the cabin. Shortly after the possibility of the co-pilot having mental issues came-up. Now we know he was a nut bar. At this juncture, it’s still totally out of the realm of possibility to you that he was self-radicalized. Let me ask you something. Have you been following this story or do you just eat Rice Krispies dry and complain to mama?
It's not so much as what's within the realm of possibility - which I freely concede - but rather the realm of probability. While possible, it's highly improbable that he was Islamicized.
[-1] March 30, 2015 at 12:53pm
celeste: How does someone take 149 people with them? Well, if they’re self-radicalized their motive would be, for “Allah.” Hasn’t that been the trend?
[-2] March 30, 2015 at 12:50pm
EgoInexcess: Your logic is a classic oxymoron, “Oh, heavy lightness.” With the emphasis on “moron.” My question to you is, “how do you leave home and then find your way back?” Furthermore, you fit the classic definition of a Liberal. “Lib first and human second (if at all).” I mean, just look at all your compassion for the victims and some way to stop another tragedy.Instead, you want to insult common sense like your daddy kicked the puppy and locked you inside a dark closet. Cope with that, sonny.
March 30, 2015 at 10:31am
Obo: In a word, NEVER. There again the MSM will lose even more audience as people begin to reject everything they print out of hand. We will become a nation of, “I’m from Missouri. Show me!”
[-1] March 30, 2015 at 10:29am
William: I can’t go whole hog at this jucnture with your evaluation, at least not yet. That being said, the way the information is dribbling out I must say I wouldn’t be surprised if this nut bar pilot was self-radicalized, because I tend to agree that the MSM would do everything to cover that up. The timeline over the next few days will likely validate your thesis. Thus far the so-called “guys wearing tin foil hats” aren’t looking as crazy as our critics panned, hmm? That’s why I gave you a thumbs up!
For being suicidal he put some thought into his personal descent into hell. How does anyone intentionally put 149 people through eight minutes of total terror while committing suicide? This was diabolical and evil, so yes...suicide would be the best rational explanation, anything else is bad for business.
celeste: How does someone take 149 people with them? Well, if they're self-radicalized their motive would be, for "Allah." Hasn't that been the trend?
March 30, 2015 at 10:20am
Whip: Your posts make a lot of sense to me and if you did 3 years in a military school, then you did a lot more than most of the guys I served with could ever handle. When I did basic I had to help a few guys that wanted to quit. I used a little psychology on them. I calculated the days we had left and advised, “don’t quit now and give the p*r*i*c*k*s the satisfaction.” Two ways I got through it was 1) I kept a low profile and 2) I mostly acted like I enjoyed it (and there were some parts I truly did). The firing ranges at Ft. Dix are the real deal. I also liked wearing all the combat gear. It made me feel like I was “walking tall.”
March 30, 2015 at 9:55am
Trucker: You must be a newbie on this Forum to have any question about my firearm’s expertise? I suggest you start paying attention to your “betters” and evolve (somewhat). That’s the best advice I can give to overcome your immaturity, regardless of your chronic age, as it were.
 March 30, 2015 at 9:52am
Dokken: I don’t know if you were asking me about using an UZI in the military but not in action. Only in training. We fired most everything, including a varied line of sound suppressors. The .22LR is the only round that you get “poof” with, unless you fire subsonic.
 March 30, 2015 at 9:17am
vaman: You’re looking at life through the closed end of a straw, as it were. Get a grip.
 March 30, 2015 at 9:15am
There are biblical parallels happening today on an almost daily basis. These events could be compared to “the end of days”, as we know them. The Rabbi didn’t mention it, but I’ll bet Haman also played some sort of golf in his day?
Actually, Haman was a Dice player. He loved the 6 sided cubes so much that he decided to determine the date of Israel’s annihilation by throwing Dice, known as Pur in Persian. Two dice would be best translated as Purim. Apparently Haman threw the dice and got two sixes, because he chose Adar, the 12th month of the year, as the month of Israel’s annihilation. (Some say he got a 6 because while for Israel the counting of months begins in Nisan the month of the Passover, the New Year for the world is in Tishrei in the Fall, making Adar the 6th month not the 12th one.) Be that as it may, Haman was a dice player at the craps table.
If Obama is Haman, I hope their stories end the same way.
 March 30, 2015 at 9:08am
Well, at least they can’t blame the S/S this time…!
March 30, 2015 at 9:05am
Pilot error. They flew into a power line and clipped the undercarriage landing gear. That”s usually the cause of a plane crash. In a word, stupidity. Both pilots should lose their flying credentials. In the meanwhile, I’ll continue to cut my losses. I refuse to fly. Works for me.
Not necessarily, Sarge. Flew into Quantico, Virginia one night, in the middle of a snowstorm so thick that we had to execute ten “Missed Approaches” before we finally got it down. Didn’t have the fuel to divert (We’d just crossed the Atlantic with a headwind from hell.) , so we had no choice but to keep trying. Even with the altimeter reading “0″, we couldn’t see a thing – No runway, no runway lights, no terminal; nothing but snow.
Finally, on our eleventh Approach, with every Crewman at the windows, somebody spotted the centerline and let out a yell. Plopped that pig on the runway, immediately went “Full Reverse” on the props and stood on the brakes. Told the tower they’d have to send us a tow, because we couldn’t see to taxi.
They sent out a tow tug and he promptly ran off the runway and got stuck in the snow. They sent out another tow and he found us, but the snow was coming down so thick, he couldn’t see to drive. We finally wound-up putting the Flight Engineer and the Loadmaster out on the edges of the runway with flashlights and the tug towed us, at a walking pace, to a hanger. According to my logbook, we touched down at 2016. We finally reached that hanger at 2248.
Sometimes, you’re stuck taking the least dangerous of a bunch of bad choices.
[-2] March 29, 2015 at 10:25pm
Trucker: Speaking on behalf of the real experts on this Forum respective to firearms, what you know about guns isn’t worth knowing. Hit the road. Thanks.
I guess your wanting to say you have knowledge or experience with Uzi's? Not gonna question your knowledge since I don't know you. But by the fact that you some how think someone doesn't know something based on a screen name is very foolish! I have a colorful back ground that involves weapons and law enforcement ect. Won't get into details but yes I do know what I'm talking about especially when I was shot at by one. So you take a hike, thanks!
Trucker: You must be a newbie on this Forum to have any question about my firearm's expertise? I suggest you start paying attention to your "betters" and evolve (somewhat). That's the best advice I can give to overcome your immaturity, regardless of your chronic age, as it were.